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December 4, 1991

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Dec. 4, 1991, Cloverdale Reveille, Page 3 and Liz Solomon of San Francisco enjoy a fabulous meal at ;xican restaurant. Mrs. Solo. n said of the food, good proportions--it fills you up." from left, Gerardo Reyes, Raul Gonzalez, and Madrigal. Victor Calderon, restaurant owner wants to tell him how they like the food. Patrons in the gave rave reviews and Isaac Atkins of San Francisco "It's great--good tortillas, better than San Francisco. The is fast and the people are nice." currently sought for park general plans Department of and Recreation announces p to gather citi- comments on the MacKer- Park general plan. workshop, the first of three, for Monday, Dec. 9 k 6:30 p.m. to 10 p.m. at the Club to vigourous Dec. 8 Sunda, Dec. 8, the Sierra 'sponsors a vgorous 12 mile exploring various aspects Reves "We'll zig- zag be- Valley and Sky Trails to Arch Rock, then back Camp," a club spokes- said. liquids, rain gear, hiking boots leave Santa Rosa park- at 8:30 a.m., Petaluma at 9 a.m. Leave from Valley trailhead at 10:30 Redwood School multi-purpose room, 324 S. Lincoln St., Fort Bragg. Another public meeting is scheduled for Tuesday, Dec. 10, to present information and dis- cuss alternative plans for Van Damme State Park. This meet- ing will be from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. at the Mendocino High School multi-purpose room, 10700 Ford St. Mendocino. For more information regard- ing these meetings or the gen- eral plan process for either state park, write or call Robert Acrea, (916) 653-9995, Department of Parks and Recreation, P.O. Box 942986, Sacramento, CA 94296- 0001. Sierra Club outings are unless otherwise stated. may be parking fees at .L parks and other locations. information call Steve at Legion club meets Cloverda]e American Club meets the first of every month at Hall at 7:30 p.m. sponsors a public on the fourth Sunday of For more informa- 894-5973 Council to consider final Rosen EIR Dickens Street will be available to order Grand Kids, 125 N. Blvd, this Saturday, The CiCy Council will hold a public hearing on Dec. 17 at or after 6 p.m. in Council Cham- bers of City Hall, 124 N. Clover- dale Blvd., for the purpose of considering the Final Environ- mental Impact Report (FEIR) for the Clover Springs Development Project. M.P. Rosen is the applicant and landowner. A FEIR which evaluates the issues raised during the review of a Draft EIR prepared on a Master Plan proposal has been filed by M.P. Rosen Corporation for a 375 acre area in southwest Cloverdale. Of the 375 acre area, 175 acres are presently within City limits and are the focus of the EIR. The EIR considers the effects of a development plan whiah pro- poses to create 554 residential units set at densities ranging from 1.6 to6.4 dwelling units (13/ LO per acre. A majority of the housing is single family detached homes, with some hillside cluster and duplex units. The Master Plan also proposes to integrate Porterfield Creek into a linear creek park with an additional twelve acres to create a park site. The project site is in the southwest area of Clover- child, bordered to the east by Cloverdale Blvd. and to the south by Hot Springs Road. Purpose of the public hearing is to review the comments re- ceived on the DEIR and to dis- cuss the responses that were prepared by the City and con- sultant. Issues raised in theDraR EIR review process will also be discussed. The Council will consider the recommendations of the Plan- ning Commission on this matter made Nov. 6. All interested per- Old "Foodlanc'" building is being, renovated Local residents, Marvin and Sandy Meyer, have just pur- chased the building at 209 North Cloverdale Boulevard where Foodland used to be. At present the Meyer's are renovating the building, bring- ing it up to state earthquake standards, installing a new sewer system, and improving its ap, pearance. According to Marvin Meyer, it will be afew more months before they decide what they will do with the building. Their original plan was to install a health spa, now, according to Mr. Meyer, ' it depends on how much money we have left. We may haveto lease it." " According to Meyer the city will, 'let us have parking." Meyer said they will probably have to pay the city a parking in-lieu fee because the building has no space for parking on its own. Parking, a majorissue on the boulevard, has forced the city to come up with creative ways to get spaces for business. A park- ing in-lieu fee pays for a parking area not owned by the business. sons are invited to send written All interested persons are comments to the above address invited to send written comments no later than the hearing date teethe above address no later and/or be present to comment than the hearing date and/or be orally on the project, present to comment orally on Copies of the Final EIR, proj- the project. ect details, and any written com- ments are available for review at the City of Cloverdale Plan- ning Department, 124 N. Clover- dale Blvd., Cloverdale, Califor- nia. Staff Reports for the hear- ings will be available the Friday before the Planning Commission meeting. Earthquake reinforcement on downtown building If you challenge this item in court, you may be limited to raising only those issues you or someone else raised at the public hearing described in this notice, or in written correspondence delivered to the Planning Com- mission at or prior to, the public hearing. The vacant space at 208 North Cloverdale Boulevard that used to be a laundromat, is undergo- ing a $20,000 renovation. Tom Gurries, owne r of the building is work to meet ste earthquake standards. Gurries tore down an unrein- forced masonary wall and will install earth quake anchors that will anchor the walls to the roof structure. Lawson' s Christmas Trees Choose & Cut Hours: 9 - 5 daily, after Thanksgiving Located 14 miles west of Cloverdale on Hwy. 128. Turn left off Hwy. 128 on Elkhorn Road. Follow the signs 3 miles. Enjoy a real family adventure in a nic Setting Catering to the magic of Christmas. Enjoy our picnic area and refreshment. You're invited to join us in celebrating Gurries plmm on sheet rock- ing the building and lowering the ceiling for aesthetics. Reno- vations should be complete .after the first of the year. Though he has received no rent offers, Gurries said, "We're hop- ing to rent it for an office or small store. " 1st An real Cloverdah DI00S' SIREEt A -- T-- _ -- FAIRE Friday & Saturday, December 13-14, downtown and uptown Cloverdale. Joinus fora Dickens' of a good time, wearing Divans' era costume (1812- 1870). .%. >S IRIT OF CHRISTMAS olde v00ndo00s - P olde fashion holiday decor holiday shopping Gift Baskets * Center Pieces * Glassware * Gift Wrap * Christmas & Greeting Cards Christmas Ornaments and Decor * Gift Certir and Much, Much Morel : ,  strolling minstrelg * costume!ball "1 r' T ..... -T   """ a"- "1  FREE Drawing ,. % OFF 25% OFF ', 25% OFF " I " caroling etcetera, held Dec. 7th 'lllk- FRESH [ FRESll [ POINTSETTIAS  Present to win ta '. HAND-TIED I CHRISTMAS [ Slmp Early for . I BOUQUETS [ WREATHS I ffisd.,, ! Sponsored by Off*r Igol "tll L Dec. 14 1991   tl, 1991 I g """ Cloverdale ber of Commerce